The Czech National Bank said on April 10 that it has reduced its staff numbers by 6.6% during a period of 14 months, a move that takes its headcount to the lowest it has been since 2006. This comes despite the central bank taking on a number of additional responsibilities since the advent of the global financial crisis in 2007.
"The changes affected the entire bank. We encouraged our managers to consider whether they needed to do all the things they were doing or whether they could cope with
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